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Pursuit of Ultimate Q・C・D Performance


Innovative Manufacturing with Precision Cold Forging to Serve Customers and Preserve the Environment

Recent advances in mechatronics have made it possible to miniaturize many components used in automobiles, home electronics, and precision devices, all of which are key industries in Japan. At the same time, their shapes have become more complex and need to be manufactured to a higher precision. The fundamental enabling technology behind these developments is cold forging. Although there are many forging methods, precision cold forging has advantages over the others in satisfying today's needs. It enables high precision products with complex features that were otherwise considered impossible, reduction of manufacturing processes with "net-shaping" --- one-shot production of sophisticated components, and even those which traditionally relied on hot forging and powder alloys. In addition to superior quality and shorter lead-time, today's cold forging is also effective in saving materials and reducing production cost. It also facilitates saving resources and energy to address the global need for environmental preservation.
Akamatsu Forsys has implemented the "Akamatsu e-manufacturing system", a proprietary engineering system aimed at utilizing the full potential of cold forging. With the system, the company can propose

"Akamatsu e-manufacturing system"

Akamatsu Forsys aims to satisfy customers by developing and offering unique solutions from the die manufacturing to the initial mass production. It welcomes new challenges in pursuing the maximum QCD (Quality, Cost, and Delivery) performance to serve its customers and preserve the environment.

The Three Advantages of Cold Forging

The Three Advantages of Cold Forging

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